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Leavenworth, Kansas
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ShoppingGuide CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—AUTOMOBILES SQUAHE BLOCK. STH CHEROKEE, I la¥1 HUDSON COMMODORE "6" 4- Delaware, and Rhyne St.. Ideal t ori door sedan. S200 down. $33 Mo.; 1947 new homes, all Improvements to. real f jazer 4-door sedan, S18D down $32 bargain. Harmon 706 DtL Mo - B & I Acceptance Co., 5th and — — ' -1 Cherokee. FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS N.E. COR. 8TH AND SENECA, 1 story. 5 rooms. 13x18 ft., overhauled, in good shape, best bargain in city. . Harmon, 3698-W. J. B. WATKINS PRODUCTS. T. W. (Bill) Uhlrich, Ph. 3214-F-2. KINDLING BLOCKS FOE SALE. J. Studdard Coal Co., 780 Seneca. JANSSEN ORGAN, SHONNINGER pianos, uprights. F. Urban, Tuner. Ph. 383. T. Wisdom's has the toys 508 Delaware SEVERAL GOOD USED PLOWS^ DIF^ ftrent makes and bottoms. Collard Implement Co., 6th & Cherokee. NEW 13-7 GHA1W DRILL WITH FER- tiiizer and grass seeder attachment. Collard Implement Co., 6th & Chero- GLADIOLI AND OTHER CUT FLOW- ers. Mrs. A. Rodenburg. 1018 Pawnee. RUSSELL STOVER CANDIES. MIL- ler's Bdwy. Pharmacy. Ph. 223. CUSTOM VENETIAN BLINDS. Monthly payments. Ph. 3434. Very good business corner. South, 3 apartments second floor, ground floor suitable most any type business, with good parking space ..." $20,000. Modern Drive-In Cafe Building, good location, for sale or lease. 9 rooms, modern, near 3rd Avenue School, partly furnished $9,250. C. A. HAWKEY. REALTOR Phone 713 or 4352 Mfg. Bank Bldg. 1950 FORD CONVERTIBLE. NEW white sidewall tires, low mileage, S1495. Ph. 3501 days or 2290-J after 6 P.M. FOR RENT—ROOMS SLEEPING ROOM FOR MAN. PH. 3944-W. NICELY FURN., CLEAN SLEEPING rooms, baths. N.E. cor. 3rd and Del. ROOM FOR RENT IN MODERN home, close In. 722 Oak. Ph. 1213. GOOD LOCATED LOTS FOR HOMES, real bargains. Harmon. 706 D«L MASONIC NOTICE NW part of town, 5-room dwelling, large lot 180' x 125', all utilities. $500 down $5.750. New three-room modern house with unfinished 2nd floor for 2 additional rooms S8.000. 3-bedroom, 6-room modern dwelling, south $9,700. New modern dwelling in Green Acres, large rooms, large lot, garage $10.500. Lots in Westwood Addition $800. to $1,450. New 2-bedroom modern dwelling, NEW HIVER BOAT. $100.00. PHONE . 2396-W after 5 p.m. GOOD 8 CU. FT. REFRIGERATOR. 530 Ottawa. FALL DRESSES. SIZES 42 AND 44. Ph. 1535-W. 30-acre farm, 3 miles from town, modern new 2-bedroom dwelling. Large lake well stocked with fish $11,000. THE KELLY AGENCT 209 S. 5th St. Phnne 10 FOR SALE: 5 ACRES, 7 ROOMS. SEED WHEAT, CLARK'S NEW RED, 1 fully modern, plenty of fruit and Jacket and Wichita. Brome grass outbuildings, $11,000: 4 rooms, close gri 20 cents ]b., mixed fertilizer. John Stuckey, Lansing 426. rigs, in. fully modern, $6.300; 3 rooms, fully .modern, screened-in porch, good cel- -jlar and out-buildings, $5,500; 1 acre, ",i-bath, lights and city wa- bring containers. 520 Pott. Ph. 2037}Y: Itiful corner lot, all for 37,000: 6 7 HEREFORD HEIFERS. TO CALVE j rooms. 1 floor, fully modern. 80-foot 'In April: 23 yearling Hereford steers.Ifront, possession, 59,000; 4 rooms and Carl Klein. Phone 3203-F-12. (bath, 58,500; the Higgins home on Oak, - modern; 6 rooms, 40-foot front, 57500 WORM PULLETS WITH PtJBINA'8 rooms, fullr modern, centrally lo— • — — * -• cated, a reasonable offer will buy; Check-R-Ton. Just mix it with the mash...Removes large round worms and stimulates appetite. We have it. several Lansing properties for sale at reasonable prices; 5 rooms, furnished. TREES, SHRUBS. EVERGREENS, landscaping. Leavenworth Nurseries, L. C. and Elizabeth Gatewood. 12th Hibbs' Farm Service, 101 N. Broad-|with bath, 56.000; Five 3-room apart- way. Ph. 330. intents, furnished, 3 baths, 513.000; 6 - rooms with bath, 1 floor, 55750; new house, 2 bedrooms, adjoining garage, corner lot. reasonable; 5 rooms, fully modern,. 55,000; 5 rooms, fully mod- and Vilas. Ph. 1825. ern, 4-car garage, 510.000; 6 rooms, SINGLE SIZE SPRINGS AND INNER-l bath . owner leaving town. 54,000; 3*6 spring mattress. antique rocker, feres, large brick home. 2 baths, gas breakfast Table, other items. Ph. 2933.i^ urn ?5 e - beau-Uful shade trees, will BRED GILTS. PUREBRED HERE^ fights, "gas" and water^'plenty of °f raft fords and cross breeds. Leavenworth and outbuildings 52 000- 5 rooms Nursery. 12th & Vilas. Ph. 1825. lights, gas and city' water. 3 lots. $4,GIHL'S BICYCLE 26-IN DELUXE 5f>0 ' •*'= acres. 4 rooms, fully modern, model; electric sweeper. 202'- Chest- Plenty of outbuildings, 514.000; 8 rooms, nut. I 2 acres, will consider offer; 4 rooms. bath, 4 lots, 54.000: several farms, small tracts, building lots and other properties to select from. Col. W. T. CANNING TOMATOES. $2 BUSHEL delivered. Ph. 1528-W. Chambers, Phone 566. Y RESIDENCE FOB SALE AT 800 Middle. REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULLS TO , the Community Sale, Leavenworth, 1 Kansas. September 6th. 1952. 1 - 16 j months old. His dam has in 333 days 15275 pounds milk and 516 pounds fat: - - -- 4 calves, five months old. with dams: up to 15128. pounds milk and 523 — . . . pounds fat in 321 days. 1 nice calf. 5 Th l«; acrren tract a . 4 a first calf heifer. i arg . e _ ™ oms and HIP •- M LODGE NO. 6B A. F. & A. M. will meet Thursday evening, 7 P.M., for examination nnd at 7:30 P.M. regular order of business and work in the Third Degree. All members asked to be present. Visitors welcome. Addison T. Miller. W. M. . William A. Humford, Sec'y. MOVING AND HAULING LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE hauling and moving, storage, closed vans. Roberts Transfer. Ph. 1917. FURNITURE MOVING. LIGHT AND heavy hauling, winch service. Studdard Transfer. Ph. 787. MOVING AND HAtTLING OF ALL kinds, reasonable. Ph. 25S8-J. WANTED TO BUY HOGS.. 140 LBS. AND OVER: ALSO sows. Ph. Laansing 206. SCRAP IRON, METALS. TIN. RAGS, junk cirs. Call us for free, prompt pick up at top prices. Western Iron & Metal, 745 Del.. 514. CASH PAID FOR SCRAP IRON metal, rags, tin. Independent Iron & Metal Co., 756 Chero., Ph. 520. BALED HAY. GRAFTON BABCOCK, Ph. 1629. BOY'S 24-IN. BICYCLE. PH. 4033-W. HELP WANTED—MALE BUTCHER OR COUNTER MAN. IF npt experienced willing to learn, 5 day week. Jahn Super Mart No. 1, 4th and Spruce. WANTED—BOY. HY-GE BEVERAGE. FOR RENT—APARTMENTS 3 ROOMS AND BATH. UNFURN. UTI- lities Furn. 540.00. Heyburn Agency. HOTEL HARMON, N. E. COR. 3RD and Del., nice clean rooms, apts., plenty baths, new management. Ph. 1146. Come look them over. 2-ROOM FURN., FORT BUS, IDEAL for couple. Ph. 524. 2-ROOM MODERN FURN. APT., ALSO sleeping room. 706 ^ Del. CLEAN 3 ROOMS FURN., LARGE 2- bedroom Furn. Apt., both ground floor, private entrance and bath, garage port, utilities paid. 1906 Shawnee. FURN. SMALL APT.. UTILITIES, private bath and entrance. 501 So. Broadway. 2-ROOM FURN. APT., NEW FUHNI- 'ture. 4Hib So. 5th. 2-ROOM FURN. APT., NEW REFRIG- erator. Ph. 2606. 4 ROOM MODERN FUHN. APT., adults. Ph. 1194. 3 ROOMS. UNFURN.. ELECTRICITY, gas and water. Ph. Lansing 571. APARTMENT OR SLEEPING ROOM, reasonable. Ph. 3957-J. 3 ROOM KITCHENETTE. 1413 Spruce. CLEAN KITCHENETTE AFT.. TJTIL- ities furnished. 601 Oak. FOR RENT— FURN. APT., GROUND floor, modern, completely private, clean and nicely decorated, adults only. Ph. 774-W after 5. FURN. 3 ROOMS. PRIVATE BATH, 2nd floor. 621 So. Broadway, $65. Ph. 295 Wadsworth, not at home Wednesday. 2 ROOM FURN. APT.. UTILITIES paid, new refrigerator, 525. Ph. 505. 3 ROOMS. PARTLY FURN., BATH, utilities paid. 1401 Spruce. 3 'ROOM FURN. FRONT APT., ground floor, couple. 700 W. 7th. NICE CLEAN APT., COUPLE ONLY, utilities paid. 515 N. Esplanade. LEGAL NOTICES BOY, OVER 17. FOR FULL TIME job on ice truck. Ph. 1274. WANTED — YOUNG MAN OUT OF school to work days in 'drug store. Ph. 81 or 4113-J. HATTON'S ANTIQUES. LANSING, man to repair and refinish furniture. Ph. Lansing 276. LOST LOST — RED BILLFOLD AT MONT- gomery Wards. Will finder please return billfold and papers, keep money. 1218 Kiowa. WANTED TO RENT PERMANENT COUPLE DESIRE UN- furn. house this month, references. PR care Times. days old. and from a We must make room and they will be sold regardless of price. Grover Suburbsn: New 5-room bungalow with attached garage, possession in 30 days 510.500. DINING ROOM TABLE AND CHAIRS Excellent corner location. 3-bedroom G. Meyer & Son, Basehor, Kansas. available of town: 5 gas ?8,000. HELP WANTED WANTED — EXPERIENCED WOOL presser. Rails Cleaners, 729 Pawnee, Ph. 1264. and sideboard. 800 Middle. DURAN LIVING ROOM SET, EXCEL- lent condition. Ph. 3919-W or 726 Osage. TOMATOES, BRING CONTAINERS. Hay Ogden. 17th and Thornton. 3 SPOTTED POLAND GILTS. FAR- row Sept. 15. vaccinated. Pete Edmonds, 3'.2 miles west of Springdale. HOUSE TRAILERS. NEW. USED; Nashua demonstrator. 1004 N. 8th. BOOKS WORLD BOOK ENCY.. bungalow, large living room with fireplace, basement garage S17.000 Six-room bungalow on large lot three bedrooms, steam heating plant $9,500. Convieniently located five rooms and bath, neat and clean, close to schools 58,500. Nine rooms and bath, large corner lot. house may be occupied as apartments ?10,000. Five-room cottage, bath, gas furnace, asbestos siding 55,600. new 1952 edition, terms; also several 11 " Amhony School district: six large sets of used Ency.. cheap. Mrs. Quinn,' / ooms , and £ a *' ful1 basement gar- World Book Rep.. Call 1142. , a S e a" d workshop .. 58,000. Four rooms and bath, gas furnace, garage .-. $5,600. THE REYBURN AGENCY Phil E. Reyburn Mrs.W.W.Fluharty 314 Delaware Phone 336 - 337 HENS. RADIO. WASHING MACHINE, other household items. Ph. 3088-R. TOMATOES AND PEPPERS, PECK or bushel. Ph. 3214-F-22. FOR RENT—PROPERTY FOR RENT—1 LARGE WAREHOUSE building. 45xl40-Ft. 5th and Spruce. .Art Jahn. 4th and Spruce. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—DRIVE-IN CAFE AND tavern, filling station, music shop. Ph. 4200. Henry Ruegg Agency. MISCELLANEOUS OLD AND NEW FLOORS SANDED and finished. Brooks. Ph. 42B4-J. PIANO TUNING. R. BLAIR. PH. 1747-J Recommended by Jenkins .Music Co. EXPERT PIANO TUNING AND RE- pair. Irving Nielsen. Ph. 3146-W. 'SEWING MACHINES REPAIRED, free estimates in the home, reasonable prices, all work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 408 Delaware, Ph. 45. JOHN BAUM AGENCY. INSURANCE and surety bonds, 106 South Fourth : St.. Ph. 40. __ FOR HEATING, HOOFING, GUTTER- ing. asbestos siding, call LeBreton. Ph. 4212-W. _ _ FLOORS LAID, SANDED AND RE- finished. Ph. 4484. Wm. H. Young. INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE! Harry Hcim, Ph. 502. Easton. Kas. GENERAL CONTRACTING; BUILr> ing, repairing: concrete work,, all kinds. Ph. 2598- J. _ DAMAGED CLOTHING HEWOVEN' Ann Gargotta. Prof. Bldg., Room 16, 8 rooms and bath, close in, . .57,000 62 acres, lu miles out. all in pasture, fenced, plenty water, 4 room house, partly modern, knotty pine living room $9500. 5 rooms, 2 baths, basement garage, close to school, in excellent location, 512.750. Suburban 5 room modern bungalow, large living room, pas heat, attached garage 510,500. Two 3 room houses, gas heat, convenient location $8500. Established business, sales and service appliance store, good income, 53500. Apt. building. 3 family, each with private bath, good income, on bus line, ?10,5dO. GEORGE HOBBS AGENCY Axa Bldg. Insurance Ph. 4175 4 ROOM MODERN HOUSE, FULL basement, attached garage, hardwood floors, built-ins. 56000. Ph. 4497-J or 1610-J. 234 E. Limit. __ _ __ _ TERMITE CONTROL. GUARANTEED permanent, 18 years established reputation in Leavenworth. Free inspections and estimates. Call your local Lumber Dealer. SEPTIC TANKS AND CESSPOOLS cleaned, lateral laid. Ph. 1592. PAPER HANGING AND PAINTING. work guaranteed. Call Burchett 3434. TERMITE CONTROL, FREE INSPEC- tion. Cleartox Co. Insured and Bonded. Phone 1358 or 1142. FOR SALE — 4-APARTMENT HOUSE 4 lots, 56.000; South Broadway, 4- apartment house, S6.000: nice brick • duplex , all in good shape, all rented ;2 lots. 57,500; near 5th and Walnut. 5 {rooms all modern. 2 lots. 57,500; 2 (hotels, 30 rooms each, good buys; nice Ihome near Second Ave. and Marshall; ; other large places. Close in, brick I store building and 2- modern homes, ! might trade on a farm; close in. 20 (acres, lays fine, nice home, cow barn, [sheds, fruit, pond, well fenced, fine lo- j cation. Poss. when sold. Near Maple i Ave. and Limit, 13 acres, lays good, '6-room modern house, barn, sheds. S12.500; 160 acres lays pretty good. 512, 1000; 160 acres, no house, lays good, 1510,000; 260 acres lays pretty good, jhouse. barn, sheds, S40 acre. Poss.; Inear Lansing. 180 acres, lays good, 7- room'all modern house. milk barn, 'sheds, plenty water, 522,500. Poss.; .iust south of Leavenworth, 160 acres, | all nice and level, no house, electricity, jcity water; some small tracts close in: not far out on ,73 highway, about 2 acres, 4-room house, electricity, cityi water, sheds, $2.000, Poss. when sold: other places. 1601 Ottawa. 10 acres. lays fine, 4-room house, 57,500, Poss. Farm Loans. Ed Alexander. GENERAL REPAIR WORK AND building, sidewall shingles, cabinet work. Albert Gladden. Ph. 1663-W. ONE OF THE FINER HOMES IN the city, 4 bedrooms. 2*j baths, den. large living room with fireplace, full basement with four rooms, including nice laundry room, full floored attic which would be a wonderful place for the kiddies to play, ample storage i room, large closets, 2',i lots, frontage iof 112 feet by 170 feet, corner loca- W ANTED— AUTO MECHANIC LUEH-jtion. beautifully landscaped with large SAWS. SCISSORS. KNIVES SHAHP- ened. Cliff Bloyd. 1041 Spruce. RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING THE NECESSITY OF APPROPRIATING CERTAIN PROPERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMNATION FOR THE PURPOSE OF WIDENING ISABELLE STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET: AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF OPENING A STREET FROM SECOND AVENUE TO FIFTH STREET ALONG THE LINE SEPARATING LOT THIRTEEN AND LOT FOURTEEN, CLARK'S ADDITION OF OUTLOTS, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, deem and declare it necessary to appropriate certain private property located in the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, for the purpose of widening Isabelle Street to a width of at least thirty (30) feet, from Second Avenue to Fifth Street and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, such street to be fifty (50) feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clark's Addition of Outlets, Leavenworth. Kansas. BE IT- RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONEBS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS. THAT THE APPROPRIATING OF CERTAIN PRIVATE PROPERTY BY CONDEMr NATION IS NECESSARY. Section 1. Certain private property needs to be appropriated for the pur-i pose of widening Isabelle Street from] Second Avenue to Fifth Street to a width of at least thirty (30) feet and for the purpose of opening a street from Second Avenue to Fifth Street, fifty (50) feet wide along the line separating lot thirteen and lot fourteen, Clarl-'s Addition of Outlets. Leavenworth. Kansas, such condemnation to be done as provided by law in Sections 26-201 through 26-205 inclusive, of the General Statutes of Kansas as amended. Section 2. That a survey and de WANTED WANTED — CORN PICKING. HAVE mounted 2-row John Deere picker. Ph. Tonganoxie 1251. LEGAL NOTICES scription of the land required and needed to be obtained by condemnation be made bv the City Engineer and filed with the City Clerk of Leavenworth, Kansas. Section 3. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leave_nworth, Kansas, and that this resolution shall be efr fectiye from and after its sixth publication therein. Adopted at. Leavenworth. Kansas, this 26th day of August, 1952. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: J. C. Walker. City Clerk. (SEAL) Passed & Approved: Aug. 26, 1952, (First -insertion Aug. 29. 1952) (The Leavenworth Times 6t) RESOLUTION A RESOLUTION DECLARING IT NECESSARY TO GRADE, CURB, BUTTER, PAVE AND OTHERWISE IMPROVE TENTH AVENUE FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF PENNSYLVANIA STREET TO THE SOUTH ,INE OF VILAS STREET. VILAS STREET FROM THE WEST LINE OF TENTH AVENUE TO THE WEST LINE OF FIFTEENTH STREET. FIFTEENTH STREET FROM THE SOUTH LINE OF VILAS STREET TO THE ENTRANCE OF GREENWOOD CEMETERY AND REQUIRING TRUMAN SCHLUP. CONSULTING ENGINEER FOR THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, TO PREPARE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS AND PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES THEREOF TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. FOR ITS APPROVAL. WHEREAS, the City of Leavenworth s a first class City of the State of Kansas with a population of less than hirty thousand (30,000) inhabitants and, WHEREAS. Shoemaker Street is paved to the intersection of Pennsylvania Street and that Tenth Avenue is a'continuing street or extension of said Shoemaker Street; and, WHEREAS, Tenth Avenue. Vilas Street and Fifteenth Street are the streets extending and leading to Jreenwood Cemetery; and, WHEREAS, the cost of maintaining hese said streets has become an un- 'air burden on the taxpayers of Leavenworth City and that it is for the HELP WANTED GAR HOPS To work 3 or more nights a week. $2.50 per night plus tips. Apply in person between 6 and 8 PM tonight. Router's Drive-In, 2100 South 4th. WAYNE FEEDS with the I. Q. Test • Armour's New Pebble Plant Fertilizer. • Leavenworth Feed & Supply 722 Shawnee Phone 799 Let's Go to The Enterprise Outlet for Bargains! 2-Pc. Lyk-Nu Liv. Rm. Set.. $70,00 Lyk-Nu Occ. Tables.... $6,95 Dinette $14,50 Vanity $29.95 New, J-Pc., Walnut Bedroom Set $129.00 Baby Walkers $7.95 We have a full line of gas heaters on display! ENTERPRISE OUTLET 5th & Shawnee All Priced To Sell- 1 - 1949 FOKD 4-Door. 1 - 1949 FOKD 2-Door. 1 - 1948 CHEVROLET Station Wagon. 2 - Cab-over 2 Ton Trucks. 1 Woods Bros. Combine. 1 Woods Bros. Corn Picker. Some Late Model Ford Tractors. LAMING'S Tonganoxie, Kans. Best trades in town! '52 Plymouth 4-Door. '52 Poni^c C0iivt. '51 Ford Pickup. '51 Plymouth 4-S)oor. '50 Podge 4-Poor. '50 Chevrolet 4-Dr. '49 Ford T8" 2-Dr. '49 Chevrolet 2-S)r. '48 Chev. Aero Sedan. 1952 DODGE Meadowbrook 4-Door Sedan • Fluid drive. • Tinted glass. • Directional lights. Immediate delivery I . $2,395.00 Fife Meter Co. Dodge—Plymouth 3rd and Seneca Phone 991 '47 Plymouth 2-Dr. '41 Cfiev. 2-Door. '40 Plymouth 4-Dr. '39 Chev. 2-Dr. Open Evenings and Sundays. DeSoto-Plymouth 710 Delaware Phone 1941 HELP WANTED—MALE ring Motors. Inc. i trees. South, in 3rd Avenue school I district, a most wonderful home for TTT ni~.T> - 5Tl?riirT3c" - TX-IT TCWVTJC rc, a mos woneru FLOOR SANDERS, FOLIS>rIi,Kb. I a f am i] v Hpcirinir 1h*» Y*t*<i< an steel wool machines rental; F 1 o o r i at '22 000 ShniTn h\- =nnn,; t?^» sealer and Finish. During Sept. 10 per at v ' THE KLOTZ AGENCV cent discount will be allowed on the - — fc KLOTZ AGENCY complete finish job. Besch Pharmacy, FARMS. 80 ACRES. 120 AND 100, Phone 102. _ all improved: 4 to 7 room houses. Roy Winsor. 1412 Spruce. HELP WANTED—FEMALE LADY TO CARE FOR CHILD IN MY home. 5 days a week. 1000 N. 9th. 7-ROOM, STORY AND HALF MOD- ern home. Ph. 1032-W. WANTED — PABT-TIME STENO. experienced, neat and accurate. Give age and. references M. O. care Times. or employment. 4 HOOMS. INSULATED, FURNACE, reasonable. 1306 Grand. Ph. 910-R. .5 rooms, modern, 2 baths, basement garage, near Sacred Heart $12.750. B rooms, modern, brick. 4 bedrooms, lot water heating, full basement, dou- City store; good wage:. Appply in per- School S5 600 son. Leavemvorth Kresge Store, Fri- s rooms, modern, new furnace and day, Sept. 5. ibath. 90-Ft. lot, garden, south ...$5,000 Filling station, business, city and highway traffic. >.i down $1,625. .Drive-in cafe and tavern, good traffic location, highway, established. Music shop, good location, well established, doing good business. WANTED — EXPERIENCED GIRLS ivho can sew work gloves. We have openings for experienced girls who can sew fingers and thumbs, also glove closers. The Boss Manufacturing Company, 400-408 Seneca Street. SUBSCHIEJt FOR THE TIMES HENRY KUEGG AGENCY Insurance Surety Bonds WHY WAIT? "Buy Vour HEATING Xeeds NOW! New, 8000 BTU, White Porcelain BATHROOM HEATERS S3.95 New, 20,000 BTU, Vented Brown PorceUin HEATERS S29.95 New, 30.000 BTU, Vented Brown Porcelain HEATERS S39.95 New, 40,000 BTU, Vented Brown, Porcelain HEATERS 561.30 New. 65,000 BTU, Vented" Brown Porcelain HEATERS ?99.50 New 35,000, 50,000, 70,000 BTU FLOOR FURNACES with Automatic Controls. Only $1.50 weekly. We also have a good supply of Stove Pipe, Gas Pipe, Fittings, Tubing and Stove Connectors. See Js NOW for a WARM and COMFY Winter! Easy Terms. Lay-away Plan. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT DEPOT 713-15 Shawnee Ph. 395 Safety-tested USED CARS '1951 Cadillac "62" 4-Dr. Sedan 1950 Buick 4-Dr. 1949 Olds "76" 4-Dr. 1949 Olds "98" 4-Dr. 1949 Bnick 2-Dr. 1948 Pontiac 4-Dr. 1948 Crosley Station Wagon 1947 Olds Club Cpe. 1947 Buick 4-Dr. 1942 Studehaker 2-Dr. 1942 Buick 4-Dr. Sedan 1941 Buick 2-Dr. 1940 Hudsorf 2-Dr. 1940 Buick 4-Dr. 1938 Chevrolet 2-Door Perry L Black Motor Co. Oldsmobile-Cadillac 200 S. Broadway Phone 608 Open Evenings — Open Sundays USED CARS LEAVELfnOTORCO/ '49 BUICK CONVERTIBLE Super, with new top, good tires, radio and heater. Very clean. '50 CHEV. SPORT COUPE 'Has radio, heater and lots of extras. A perfect car, clean inside and out. '49 PONTIAC SEDAN Has everything! Looks like new. See and drive this car! '49 OLDS SEDAN Dark blue finish. Good tires. A very clean car. '49 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR Grey finish. Radio and heater. See this very clean car tomorrow! '47 DODGE SEDAN Dark finish, good motor, good tires. LEAVEL'S 5th & Oak Streets Phone 870 THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Wednesday Evening, September 3,1952. Jline LEGAL NOTICES general welfare of Leavenworth City :o grade, curb, gutter, pave and otherwise improve said streets; and, WHEREAS, the City is given the power to grade, curb, gutter, pave and otherwise improve any street or streets which extend from any paved street to a cemetery in or adjoining said City regardless of any protest and .o levy special assessments to pay for :he same under the existing laws of Kansas and more specifically, Chapter 13, Section 1011, General Statutes of Kansas, 1949, as amended. 1951. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF LEAVENWORTH. KANSAS: Section 1. That it is hereby declared necessary to grade, curb, gutter, pave and otherwise improve Tenth Avenue from the South line of Pennsylvania Street to the South line of Vilas Street. Vilas Street from the West ine of Tenth Avenue to the West line of Fifteenth Street. Fifteenth Street from the South line of Vilas Street to the entrance of Greenwood Cemetery. Section 2. That the cost of the improvements described in Section one 1) shall be borne as follows: City at arge shall pay the expense of gradin such streets and all expenses of th areas and intersections formed b; crossing of streets and alleys and ii addition thereto, one-third (1-3) of th expense of curbing, guttering, pavin; and otherwise improving each block o uch street or streets between cros. streets and-or curbing, guttering, pav LEGAL NOTICES Get Our Prices Before U Buy! Zephyr Awnings Residential and commercial. Redwood or aluminum. W i Combination Storm C windows and Doors. Kitchen Cabinets Made to order. Ornamental Iron Porch and stair rails. "Estimates Without Obligation" GILLESPIE SA! FS & SERVICE 1812 Cherokee Leaven worth Ph. 1280 For Safe Or Trade —Cash Or Terms— '50 Hycfson 4-Door '49 Hudson Club Cpe. '49Cros3e]fSia.Wgn. '49 Ford 4-Uosr '47 Hudson 4-loor '47 Ford 2-§oor '46 'Chev. 4-Door. '41 Plymouth Conv. '47 Snfr. PaiKl Truck. '37 Ford LWB Truck. STARR AUTO PARTS 200 Shaniiee Phone 568 ing and otherwise Improving along each lot or piece of unplatted land adjoining such street or streets. Two- thirds (2-3) of the expense of curbing, guttering, paving and otherwise improving any block in such streets between cross streets or any such street along an unplatted lot or piece of land in such City adjoining or abutting on such street shall be borne by the owners of the land liable for special assessment therefor, which special assessment shall be levied to pay the cost of such improvements as by law provided. Section 3. That Truman Schlup, Consulting Engineer for the City of Leavenworth, Kansas, shall prepare proper plans and specifications for said improvement and preliminary estimates of the cost thereof, which plans, specifications and preliminary estimates shall be presented to this Board for its approval. Section 4. That the City Clerk shall cause proper publication of this resolution to be made for six (6) days in The Leavenworth Times, a daily newspaper which is the official newspaper of the City of Leavenworth. Kansas, ,nd that this resolution shall be ef- LEGAL NOTICE fectiye from and after its sixth publication therein. Adopted at Leavenworth, Kansas, this 26th day of August. 1932. Ted L. Sexton, Mayor. ATTEST: J. C. Walker. City Clerk. SEAL) Passed & Approved Aug. 25, 1952. (First insertion Aug. 29. 1952) (The Leavenwor Ji Times, 6t) TRUCKS '49 CHEVROLET 2-DR. I • Fleetline • Real Sharp '49 FORD 3 / 4 -TON PICKUP • Very low mileage. '47 STUDEBAKER 1 1 /2- TON • L. W. B. • 13-Ft. Body • Very Clean • S. W. B. • Chassis and Cab. '38 CHEY. 3 / 4 -TON PICKUP • With flat bed. BARNES COLLARD Delaware At Sixth Phone 458 A-l USED CARS '51 FOKD CUSTOM DELUXE "8" 2 - DOOR — Fordomatic drive, radio, heater, seat covers, sun visor. '50 CHEVROLET DEL. 5-PASS. COUPE—R&H, seat covers, sun visor, fender skirts, 2 - tone paint, nearly perfect. '50 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER REGAL DELUXE 4-DOOR —Radio, heater, overdrive. A clean car with very low mileage. '49 FORD "8" DELUXE 2- DOOR—Heater, seat covers. Excellent condition inside and out. '49 FORD CUSTOM DELUXE "8" 2-DOOR—R&H, overdrive, seat covers, spot lights. Drive and buy! '48 FORD "8" SUPER DELUXE 2-DOOR—Radio, heater, seat covers. Very clean. Co. 7th and Delaware Sts. Phone 3245 More Miles per l^jiiar ... More Smiles per fllile! See for yourself why this car is a milestone in automobile history. Come in today and say, ".Show me!" MASTERSON BROS. Willys-Crosley Sales and Service 419-23 So. 5th Ph. 307 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES I/ Up to 12 Months For. • Repairs. • Accessories. • Tires. • Batteries. • New Engines. • Overhauls. • Body & Metal Work • Engine Tune-ups with latest Sun Equipment a specialty. Any Make of Cars. All Work Guaranteed BOLF.Y Plymoutn-DeSoto 710 Delaware Phone 1041 MEN TO FOR REAL ESTATE Age 21 to 60. Must be residents of this county two or more years. Competent appraisers receive $325 to §350 per month. Farm experience valuable. Write F. G., The Leavemvorth Times. CERTIFI USED CARS Studebakers: '50 Champion 4 - Door, with overdrive and heater. '50 Champion 2 - Door with overdrive and heater. '50 Commander L a nd Cruiser with Radio, •heater and overdrive. '49 Truck S.W.B. Chassis and cab. '48 -Champion 5 - P a s s. Cpe. with heater and overdrive. Other Makes: '50 Buick 4 - Door "Special," radio, heater, Dynaflow Drive. '42 Chevrolet 4-Door. '41 Olds 2-Door. '41 Chevrolet Sedan Delivery. '40 Plymouth 2-Door. SCHREY MOTO1S Studebaker Sales & Service 719-29 Delaware Phone 149 4 Outstanding Buys At Dale Sharp Pontiae • 1950 Ponliac 4-Door Sedan A light grey streamliner deluxe, 8-Cylinder, radio, heater and Hydra-Matic drive. • 1948 Plymouth 2-Door Sedan A jet black sedan with radio, heater and good tires. • 1950 Ponliac 8-Cylinder A beautiful reo red deluxe convertible with radio, heater, Hydra-Matic and General Silent-Safety tires. • 1962 GMC i-Ton Pick-Up Truck Dale Sharp Opening Evenings 736-40 Delaware Plione 4892

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